French video game company Ubisoft continues its push into animated television with several new shows, including a story by Watch Dogs and a franchise written by Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was built.
The series Watch Dogs is described as a slimmed-down version of Ubisoft's popular game franchise about hackers. The series is directed to Tweens, according to The Hollywood Reporter . It is unclear where the show will take place, but the Watch Dogs gaming franchise has brought players to Chicago, San Francisco and London. Conceptual art for the show features a middle-aged girl with a cybernetic version of herself mirrored on the floor below.
Ubisoft's other interesting series is Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Vibe. Castlevania Producer Adi Shankar will direct the project based on Blood Dragon . As with Watch Dogs Ubisoft has not yet provided much information, but the concept art for the series features a neon-framed, 1980s-inspired aesthetic that remains true to the mood of the game.
"Adi is such a big fan of video games. We share the same culture and references, "Ubisoft Film and Television Director Helene Juguet told Reporter . "It was great to give him the freedom to do something very fresh and bold with our characters." , The company is also working on a Mars Set Special Rabbids Invasion aired after the fourth season of Rabbid's Invasion . In addition, Ubisoft is developing an adventure comedy "inspired by the popular Rayman franchise and Hungry Shark Squad based on the mobile game Hungry Shark ," Dr. the Reporter .
It is unclear when these shows are expected or on which network / streaming service they will be broadcast.